If you were to tell me a few weeks ago that two of the biggest female rappers of the century were gonna air out their dirty laundry on hastily made tracks, I wouldn’t have believed you. Who would?
Shaking as I write this, I am more than pleased to announce that our absolute QUEEN, Miss Taylor Alison Swift, is releasing a brand spanking new album on April 19th – The Tortured Poets Department.
Mean Girls, Wonka, and The Color Purple are all recent musicals gracing the big screen – but that’s not all they have in common. For reasons beyond my (or any sane human’s) comprehension, all of these have been marketed as regular, plain, no-singing-only-talking movies.
Queensland University of Technology (QUT) is facing student backlash after changing the class registration system to preferencing.
The QUT Student Guild received $2.272 million dollars of SSAF in 2023, while students paid almost $9 million to the University. Now, that might seem like a big number, but how does QUT compare to other universities around the country?
Not all of us use wheelchairs. Not all of us are visibly disabled. But the campus isn’t built to accommodate disabled students. Our mobility aids don’t fit, our medical equipment is stared at.
Events such as “Drag Queen Story Hour” have particularly come under scrutiny, as opposers protest the alleged unsuitable nature of such entertainment in front of children.
One of the many awards the university gives out each year is the QUT Budding Entrepreneur Scholarship, which is specifically awarded to budding student entrepreneurs who have shown a drive and passion for the pursuit of entrepreneurial success.
I recently had the chance to meet some of the members of the newly formed Queensland branch of Students Against Placement Poverty. We talked about the issues students face when forced to undertake mandatory, unpaid placements and what we can do to change the system.